The Good News On Cancer: FDA Approves Immunotherapy Cancer Drugs, Is This The Answer To Cancer?
Considering that there's no known cure to cancer, how can the FDA's approval of the alleged cancer drugs be essential in the field of medicine? Is this the final answer to one of the long dreaded disease of the world? Is Immunotherapy the key to cancer? Here's what health professionals have to say
Artificial Intelligence Used To Identify Skin Cancer Effectively
Computers are taking over more tasks done by humans. Artificial intelligence can be used to identify skin cancer effectively now.
Researchers Say; That Having A Tattoo Could Help To Reduce Skin Cancer
For most people today, getting inked is an acceptable, relatively a "into" activity. According to a Harris poll, roughly one in four to five American adults can now have at least one tattoo.
Skin Cancer Isn’t Scaring People Who Use Indoor Tanning
Skin cancer could be caused by tanning bads, but skin cancer isn't scaring people who use indoor tanning.
Melanoma Treatment: New Drug Could Stop Spread Disease By 90%
A newly-developed drug which contains small-molecule chemical compound could be the best melanoma treatment. It can effectively stop a gene activity to produce proteins in melanoma tumors, stopping the spread of the disease by 90 percent.
New Technology Helps Detect Early Skin Cancer Stage
Researchers from the Rockefeller University in the US were able to develop an automated technology which combines digital analysis and machine learning to detect melanoma. This technology could, researchers say, could "save lives, and avoid unnecessary biopsies."
Drinking White Wine Might Increase Risk Of Melanoma, Study Suggests
A new study in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention analyzed health records of more than 200,000 white people and found that just one drink of alcohol a day raised the risk of melanoma by 13 percent.
Common Skin Bacteria Could Save You From Other Skin Diseases
A common acne bacterium actually saves the human from other skin diseases. A new study shows how a bacterium that is often overflowing on human skin covers an enzyme with antioxidant properties that not only helps the microorganism to survive, but it may also protect us against damage and disease.
Dry Skin Care In Winter: 5 Incredible Tips From Augusta University
Augusta University Medical Center has come up with a number of incredible tips for dry skin care this winter.
Melanoma now detectable by skin odor
Odors from human skin cells may be helpful in detecting melanoma.
Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer May Lower Alzheimer's Disease Risk
A reduced risk of suffering from Alzheimer’s is in store for those diagnosed with skin cancer.
Skin Cancer: Tanning Lamp Regulations Proposed For First Time In 30 Years By FDA
Melanoma, the deadliest type of skin cancer, is on the rise and the FDA is cracking down on tanning salons.
Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Increases Risk For Other Types Of Cancers, Up To 32 Percent
Non-melanoma skin cancer, caused by over-exposure to ultraviolet rays (UV rays) from the sun, increases the risk of developing lung and breast cancer and also melanoma.
Melanoma In Teen Girls Shows Largest Increase
Melanoma in teens is on the rise, according to a new study.